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Microsoft Tries Bold New Sales Strategy with “Surface Membership”

Jun 5th 2016 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Hardware Fixes | 0 Comment

Microsoft Tries Bold New Sales Strategy with “Surface Membership”

Without much fanfare, Microsoft recently launched something called Surface Membership. The plan allows small businesses and users to stay up-to-date on the latest Surface hardware and accessories in exchange for a flat monthly fee. Basically, you buy a single Surface 3, Surface Pro 4, Surface Book, or any combination of the three, without having to pay the full price upfront. Pricing varies

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Everything You Need to Know about the New Google Pixel C

Jan 10th 2016 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Everything You Need to Know about the New Google Pixel C

The Google Pixel C is a big deal: it’s the first tablet developed entirely in-house by Google. The tablet was released in January 2016 and is attracting decent reviews across the internet. But should it really be your next tablet? How is it different from Nexus tablets? Today, we’re answering those questions and explaining everything you need to know about the Google Pixel C tablet. It’s

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Best Tablet PCs for Christmas 2015

Oct 30th 2015 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Tablets | 0 Comment

Best Tablet PCs for Christmas 2015

Looking for a new tablet computer in time for the holiday season? Whether you’re buying it for yourself like Ebenezer Scrooge or sharing the love with family, here are the best tablet PCs money can buy this holiday season: Surface Pro 4 ($899 to $1799) Released in October 2014, the Surface Pro 4 is simply the best tablet PC on the market today. Yes, it comes with a high price tag, but the pric

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Your PC Probably Needs Less RAM Than You Think

Oct 13th 2015 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Hardware Fixes | 0 Comment

Your PC Probably Needs Less RAM Than You Think

How much RAM does your PC need? If you think the answer to that question is always “more”, then you might be wrong. Your PC probably needs less RAM than you think. RAM is one part of the PC people seem to have a lot of misconceptions about. Got a slow PC? You need more RAM. PC taking a while to start up? RAM will solve that problem. How much RAM is too much? You can’t have too much RAM, o

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5 Reasons Why Cheap Tablets Aren’t Just Awful: They’re Also Dangerous

Dec 5th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

5 Reasons Why Cheap Tablets Aren’t Just Awful: They’re Also Dangerous

Cheap tablets are tempting buys during holiday sales. From Black Friday sales to Boxing Day, it’s ridiculously easy to buy a cheap tablet these days. Unfortunately, cheap tablets are rarely all they’re cracked up to be. They’re often made with low-quality components or they’re extremely fragile. Some have disappointing battery life, while others have worse resolutions than 1990s-era TVs

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Microsoft Surface Sales Double, Generate $1 Billion in Revenue

Oct 27th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Mobile | 0 Comment

Microsoft Surface Sales Double, Generate $1 Billion in Revenue

There hasn’t been a lot of good news about Windows 8 or Surface tablets over the past two years. But earlier this week, things changed: Microsoft posted record revenues and a surprising chunk of that revenue came from the Surface division. Microsoft has launched an aggressive advertising campaign for its Surface Pro 3, calling it a tablet that can replace your laptop. Microsoft has paid hu

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As Steve Jobs Predicted, Tablet Sales Will Surpass PC Sales in 2015

Jul 13th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Miscellaneous | 0 Comment

As Steve Jobs Predicted, Tablet Sales Will Surpass PC Sales in 2015

The age of the PC is over. The time of the tablet is about to begin. At least, that’s what sales figures would suggest. Just like Steve Jobs predicted way back in 2010, tablets are set to overtake PCs. Back in 2010, this seemed mildly surprising. But as five years have passed, it’s become less and less surprising. Tablet sales have steadily grown while we’re constantly bombarded with n

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